"Sugar" as written by Frederick Louis Beauregard Iv, Bobby F. Ervin, Dwayne Emil Simon, Jason Edward Krause, Matthew Shafer, Marlon Ray Young, Robert J. Ritchie and James Todd Smith....
Don't leave, don't leave,
I want you to realize when I'm gone.
My my, my my,
You are the only thing I want to own.

There's sugar on your soul,
You're like no one I know,
You're the life of another world.

You swallow me whole,
With just a mumbled hello,
And it breaks my heart to love you, it breaks my heart to love you.

Don't leave, don't leave,
When you're lost in the moment, I am home.
I tried, I tried
To make you realize when I'm gone, gone, gone.

There's sugar on your soul,
You're like no one I know,
You're the life of another world.

You swallow me whole,
With just a mumbled hello,
And it breaks my heart to love you, it breaks my heart to love you.

It breaks my heart to love you.

There's sugar on your soul,
There's sugar on your soul.

There's sugar on your soul,
You're like no one I know,
You're the life of another world.

You swallow me whole,
With just a mumbled hello,
And it breaks my heart to love you, it breaks my heart to love you.

Don't leave, don't leave,
I want you to realize when I'm gone.


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    General Commentcan't stop listening to that song. I kind of relate.

    thank you Editors for the magnificent album!
    nutshell7on July 04, 2013   Link
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    General CommentI'm guessing this is about being in love with someone whom you feel is better than you, and you hope to make them feel your absence when you are not around :)
    sirenneon December 01, 2013   Link
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    General CommentI like this, I think I know what they mean, you're kind of hanging on every word this person says cos you can't relate to no other. But you know deep down she means more to you than you her. Therefore purposefully not speaking for a few days, you try to achieve what is nearly impossible - to make them realise when you're gone. Probably the best you can hope for, to leave your tiny mark. Absence and all that, it's a nice feeling.
    admeanson February 21, 2014   Link

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